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1. A) To cancel his trip. B) To go to bed early.
C) To catch a later flight. D) To ask for a wake - up call.
2. A) They have different opinions as to what to do next.
B) They have to pay for the house by installments.
C) They will fix a telephone in the bathroom.
D) The man's attitude is more sensible than the woman's.
3. A) She will save the stamps for the man's sister.
B) She will no longer get letters from Canada.
C) She can't give the stamps to the man's sister.
D) She has given the stamps to the man's roommates.
4. A) Visiting the Brownings. B) Writing a postcard.
C) Looking for a postcard. D) Filling in a form.
5. A) The man should work with somebody else.
B) The man should meet his partner's needs.
C) They should come to a compromise.
D) They should find a better lab for the project.
6. A) She can't finish her assignment, either.
B) She can't afford a computer right now.
C) The man can use her computer.
D) The man should buy a computer right away.
7. A) The visiting economist has given several lectures.
B) The guest lecturer's opinion is different from Dr. Johnson's.
C) Dr. Johnson and the guest speaker were schoolmates.
D) Dr. Johnson invited the economist to visit their college.
8. A) She's never watched a better game.
B) Football is - her favorite pastime.
C) The game has been canceled.
D) Their team played very badly.
9. A) The man should stick to what he's doing.
B) The man should take up a new hobby.
C) The man should stop playing tennis.
D) The man should find the cause for his failure.
10. A) An invented story. B) A real life experience.
C) An imaginary situation. D) A terrible nightmare.
Section B
Directions: In this section, you will hear 3 short passages. At the end of each passage, you will hear some questions. Both the passage and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a question, you must choose the best answer from the four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre.
Passage 1
Questions 11 to 13 are based on the passage you have just heard.
11.A) The name of a German town; B) A resident of Frankfurt.
C) A kind of German sausage. D) A kind of German bread.
12.A) He sold fast food. B) He raised dogs.
C) He was A cook. D) He was a Cartoonist.
13.A) Because the Americans found they were from Germany.
B) Because people thought they contained dog meat.
C) Because people had to get used to their taste.
D) Because it was too hot to eat right away.
Passage 2
Questions 14 to 16 are based on the passage you have just heard.
14.A) They give out faint cries. B) They make noises to drive away insects.
C) They extend their water pipes D) They become elastic like rubber bands.
15.A) Quiet plants. B) Well - watered plants.
C) Healthy plants. D) Thirsty plants.
16.A) They could drive the insects away.
B) They could keep the plants well - watered.
C) They could make the plants grow faster.
D) They could build devices to trap insects.
Passage 3
Questions 17 to 20 are based on the passage you have just heard.
17.A) To look for a different lifestyle. B) To enjoy themselves.
C) For adventure. D) For education.
18.A) There are 200 vehicles for every kilometer of roadway.
B) It has a dense population.
C) There are many museums and palaces.
D) It has many towering buildings.
19.A) It is a city of contrasts.
B) It possesses many historical sites.
C) It is an important industrial center.
D) It has many big and beautiful parks.
20.A) It helps develop our personalities.
B) It enables us to acquire first - hand knowledge.
C) It makes our life more interesting.
D) It brings about changes in our lifestyle.



2000年1月大学英语六级考试答案?
Part I Listening Comprehension
1. D 2. A 3. C 4. B 5. C 6. B 7. B 8. D 9. A 10. C?

11. C 12. C 13. B 14. A 15. D 16. D 17. D 18. C 19. A 20. B?




附:2000年1月大学英语六级考试听力材料及参考答案

Section A?

1. M: I hope I won't oversleep. I've simply got to catch the first flight to New York.
W: If I were you, I'd request the wake-up call from the hotel reception.
Q: What does the woman advise the man to do?
2. M: Next, shouldn't we get a telephone installed in the hall?
W: Fixing the shower pipe is far more important.?
Q: What do we learn from the conversation??
3. M: I've noticed that you get letters form Canada from time to time. Would you mind saving
the stamps for me? My sister collects them.?
W: My roommate already asked for them.?
Q: What does the woman imply??
4. M: What's the matter? You've been sitting there for ages, just staring into space.
W: I told the Brownings I'd send them a postcard. Now I don't know what to say.
Q: What's the woman doing??
5. M: My chemistry project is in trouble. My partner and I have totally different ideas about
how to proceed.?
W: You should try to meet each other halfway.?
Q: What does the woman suggest??
6. M: I'm frustated. We're supposed to do our assignment on the computer, but I have difficulty
getting access to the computers in the library.?
W: I understand the way you feel. I'm looking forward to the day when I can afford to get my
own.?
Q: What does the woman mean??
7. M: The visiting economist is speaking tonight, but Dr. Johnson doesn't seem to think much of
him.?
W: That's because Dr. Johnson comes from an entirely different school of thought.
?Q: What do we learn from the woman's remark??
8. M: I'm sorry I missed the football game, but I had a terrible cold.?
W: You didn't miss anything. We couldn't have played worse.?
Q: What does the woman imply??
9. M: I think I'm going to give up playing tennis. I lost again today.?
W: Just because you lost? It that the reason to quit??
Q: What does the woman imply??
10.M: Jane, what would you do if you were on vacation overseas and lost all your money and
credit cards??
W: Well, I guess I'd probably sell my watch and camera... Or I might get a job as a waitress
somewhere till I made enough money to buy a plance ticket to return home.
Q: What are they talking about??
Section B?
Passage 1?
Most people know what a hot dog is. It's a sausage in a roll. But do you know why it's called a hot dog? Well, the long red sausage which goes into a hotdog is called a Frankfurter?. It got its name from the German town Frankfurt. The sausages were very popular, but hot frankfurters were difficult to sell in crowds One man, Harry Stevens, had the job of feeding the crowds in baseball games. He had an idea. Why not put the frankfurters in long, hot bread rolls? This made them easy to sell. The “red hot" had a hot and attractive taste and became very popular. But in 1903, an American cartoonist drew a long German sausage dog in place of the frankfurter so a frankfurter in a roll soon became known as a “hot dog". It was a joke, but some people really thought the sausages contained dog meat. For a while, sales of hotdogs failed, but not for long.?
11. What is a frankfurter??
12. What was Harry Stevens' job??
13. Why did sales of hot dogs decrease for some time??
Passage 2?
We all scream for water when thirsty, but do you know in very hot, dry weather, plants also make faint sounds — as if they are crying out for help?
You see, in a plant's stem there are hundreds of “water pipes" that bring water and minerals from the soil all the way up to the leaves. As the ground turns dry, it becomes harder and harder for the plants to do this.?
In severe droughts, plants have to fight to pull out any water available. Scientist Robert winter has found out that when it is really bad their water pipes snap from the tension like rubber bands. When that happens, the whole plant vibrates a little. The snapping pipes make noises ten thousand times more quiet than a whisper.?
Robert knows that healthy, well-watered plants are quiet. He also knows that many insects prefer attacking dry plants rather than healthy plants. How do the insects know which are healthy plants and which are not? Robert thinks that the insects may listen for the plants that cry and then they may buzz in to kill.?
To test his theory, Robert is using a device that can imitate plant cries. He attaches it to a quiet, healthy plant so the plant sounds thirsty. Then he watches insects to see if they attack more often than usual.?
If he is right, scientists could use the insects' ability against them. They could build traps that imitate crying plants. So when the insects buzz in to eat, they won't buzz out.
14. What do plants do when they are thirsty??
15. What plants do many insects tend to attack??
16. What could scientists do if Robert's theory proves to be true??
Passage 3?
People enjoy taking trips, but what are the reasons they leave home? One reason is for education. People travel because they want to broaden their horizons to learn about other people and other places. They are curious about other cultures. When people are tourists, they get a quick look at different ways of living. Even a short look at another kind of lifestyle is an important lesson.
On a trip, a person can learn directly — by visiting museums and historic spots. What does a tourist learn who sees the art museums, visits the historical palaces and other scenic spots in Paris, and shops along the River Seine? he gets a vivid picture— a real-life—one of the French people. He learns about their attitudes, how they feel about business, beauty and history.?
What about the tourist who goes to Hongkong? Does he get the same information that he could get from a book? he might read that Hongkong is crowded, that there is less than 200 square meters of space for each person, but seeing and feeling the lack of space will impress him much more. He might read that there are nearly 200 vehicles for every kilometer of roadway, but the sight of so many vehicles parked along the roadside will be a much more vivid lesson. the tourist to Hongkong will never forget the contrasts — the straight vertical lines of the tall modern buildings and the moving lines of boats that people live in.?
17. Why do people leave home to travel according to the passage??
18. What do we learn from the passage about Paris??
19. What impression will a tourist get of Hongkong??
20. What does the passage tell us about travelling??
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